What to bring and what not to bring to Bills Training Camp

Posted at 11:14 AM, Jul 29, 2016
and last updated 2016-07-31 05:45:35-04

Break out the jerseys and Bills striped zubaz that's been buried in the back of your closet since January. Bills Training Camp is about to get underway!

But before you drive down the Thruway to Pittsford, there are a few rules and guidelines you need to know about before walking onto St. John Fisher campus. 

Food, beverages, small coolers, cameras.... you can bring it to training camp. However, you can't bring alcohol to St. John Fisher. You'll have to wait until game day out at the Ralph to do that. Backpacks, leave them at home as well. 

Everybody loves a good sign. However, if your fan art is deemed inappropriate or distracting, the Bills have the right to restrict that item from entering training camp.

If it pours or inclement weather persists throughout the day, Bills will move their practices from outdoors to indoors. Practices will then be closed to the public, as will the interactive areas at camp. 

The Bills will provide public restrooms throughout the fan areas. Restrooms in the buildings on campus are closed to the public.

Most of the practices are open to the public. However, if you're planning on attending a night practice, you're going to need a ticket to get in. For more information, you can call the Buffalo Bills Training Camp Hotline at 1-877-BB-TICKS.

Camp opens Saturday at 10 a.m.